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Savielly Tartakower vs Robert Frentz
Paris (1933), Paris FRA, rd 8, Oct-26
English Opening: Anglo-Indian Defense. Flohr-Mikenas-Carls Variation (A18)  ·  1-0
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Aug-31-04  Whitehat1963: Instructive endgame.
Sep-12-04  John Doe: Why not 24... Bxc5?
Sep-12-04  Swindler: Then 25.Rb8+ and the Black rook on h8 falls, as it is no longer protected by the Bishop.
Dec-13-04  notyetagm: Nice <removal of the guard> tactic, 24 ♗c5!, since 24 ... ♗xc5? 25 ♖b8+ ♔d7 26 ♖xh8 wins a whole exchange.
May-18-05  nasmichael: Someone tell me about Paris in 1933.
May-18-05
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  Calli: Ahh to be young and alive in Paris in '33. The wine flowed, Louis Armstrong played jazz and they danced all night.
May-18-05
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  keypusher: . . . five cabinets fell, and unemployment was pushing 30%.

Try George Orwell's Down & Out in Paris and London, <nasmichael>.

May-25-05  nasmichael: Thanks.
Aug-18-06  syracrophy: 35...Ra4+ 36.Kg3 Rh4 37.Kxh4 Ke8 38.h8=R++ <Promoting to a queen also mates- but I think Tartakower wanted to show his opponent who was the top one :-P>
Feb-22-14  Octavia: i got 6 points more than average on my 1st attempt :)
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